The Round Table fireworks display is back at Dunorlan Park on Saturday November 6. After a hiatus last year, due to the ongoing pandemic, the fantastic fireworks are back. Make sure you wrap up warm and wear wellies as conditions could be cold and muddy. The entrance price is £8 in advance for adults and kids (or £10 on the day) with children aged 5-15 costing £5 in advance (£7 on the day). Children under five go free over 16 with proceeds going to various local charities. For more info visit rtwrt.org/tickets


Join American powerhouse Tori Scott (pictured above) as she takes to the stage at Trinity Theatre on Sunday November 7 for a memorable evening of hilarious anecdotes of her life in showbiz and the odd song too. Dubbed ‘The Judy Garland for the Grindr generation’ this promises to be a cracker of a night! For tickets and timings visit trinitytheatre.net


The London Ballet Company returns to Trinity Theatre on November 10 with a double bill of Poppy and A Little Princess. Poppy is now in its 9th year and tells the story related to World War 1 and a family within, affected by this time in our history. A Little Princess is a new original production, created by dancers of The London Ballet Company this year.“The pandemic has restricted our live performances over the last 18 months,” says the group’s artistic director Sophie Wright “and we’re so excited to get back to our favourite theatre to date and perform for Tunbridge Wells.” See more at trinitytheatre.net


Former Macabees frontman Orlando Weeks performs his new solo material at The Forum on Sunday November 14 at 7pm. The indie kid will be showcasing songs from his new album Hop Up. For ticket details visit twforum.co.uk


On November 16 and 23 Trinity Theatre will be showing the latest James Bond movie No Time To Die. Starring Daniel Craig in his last outing as the world’s most famous fictious spy it is not to be missed if you’re a fan. For tickets and screening times visit trinitytheatre.net


Comedy superstar John Bishop is coming to the Assembly Hall Theatre with his highly anticipated brandnew stand up show – Right Here, Right Now. Appearing on both November 17 and 18, this will be John’s eighth stand up show and it is shaping up to be his best yet. It will see him performing across the UK, Ireland, America, Canada and Europe – so make sure you catch him in TW while you can. He can’t wait to be back on the road again! Tickets cost from £38 and can be booked at assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk


On November 19 the town’s popular ice rink will open again for the festive season. In addition to the two rinks, the smaller of which is reserved for young children and their parents and carers, there will be the popular Polar Bar serving all manner of refreshments. And for the first time the Fine Grind coffee shop will have a pop up there. Tickets are priced according to the times you visit and start at £15 per adult. Santa Claus will be showing up later in the month and there will also be the opportunity to dance with some Disney Princesses! See www.assemblyhalltheatre.co.uk


The Empowering Women Networking & Christmas Shopping event takes place on Friday November 19 at One Warwick Park Hotel in Tunbridge Wells. Organised by Marie Bell of Vincenties Luxury Candles it’s the perfect excuse to top up on your festive shopping and also hear two formidable females – stylist Victoria Genevieve and fitness expert Sarah Gorman – talk about their careers. As well as lots of fashion and lifestyle items for sale there will also be a bar and a goody bag to take home! Tickets cost £22.15 and are available from eventbrite.co.uk


The Lamberhurst Music Festival, which has been going since 2003, welcomes soprano extraordinaire Helen Lacey (pictured below) to perform at St Mary’s Church on Saturday November 19. The Lamberhurst born star has been praised by some of the classical musical world’s biggest stars including John Rutter who called her ‘one to watch’ as well as Simon Austin who referred to her as a ‘golden voiced soprano. Starting at 7.30pm tickets cost £20 per person from lamberhurstmusic.co.uk


t’s the most wonderful time of the year, and despite the ongoing pandemic the good news is Christmas hasn’t been cancelled! One of the best places to experience a little sprinkling of festive magic is at Bedgebury Pinetum and the illuminating fun starts on November 19. Take a walk through the stunning illuminated forest and marvel at the many colourfully lit trees and shrubs and Christmas trees floating on boats. Tickets cost £13 for children aged 5-16 and £19.50 for adults. A family ticket costs £60. Visit christmasatbedgebury.seetickets.com


The Hospice in the Weald will be hosting its annual and incredibly popular Christmas Market over the weekend of November 26-28. On the Friday evening there will be a special VIP ticketed event at the hospice’s main building on Maidstone Road, Pembury taking place from 7.30pm9pm. Organisers tell us it’s ‘the perfect way to start the festive season with friends’. As well as having the first look at the 40 plus stalls before the event opens its doors to the general public on Saturday and Sunday there will be a chance to enjoy a glass of fizz and some delicious canapes on the evening. Tickets cost £20 per person, book at hospiceintheweald.org.uk

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